Veteran comedian Mike Unson performs his brand of “observational comedy” in “Mayhem In The First Degree” on June 16, 8 p.m. at the Century City Mall.
The 2016 Aliw Award nominee for Best Stand-Up Comedian offers a show full of wholesome jokes reflecting his views on urban life, childhood memories, relationships and interactions with everyday people.
Opening for Unson is his new batch of apprentices from The Comedy Cartel namely Chris Bacula, Sergio Belarus, Michelle Defensor and Eric Salazar with musical guest Roy Antonio and comedian host Jerome McCuin.
Unson is set to release a comedy album on Spotify later this year. Currently, he is part of the creative team of “Pepito Manaloto” on GMA-7. Earlier in his 14-year career, he was one of the hosts of an alternative comedy show “Front Act” on TV5. He was also part of “The Men’s Room” on Studio 23 and a recurring guest on Jojo Alejar’s “The Medyo Late Night Show.”
Tickets to “Mayhem In The First Degree” available at Ticketworld outlets.
Family business success stories
Ateneo Graduate School of Business Professor Enrique M. Soriano will talk on family business success stories on June 17 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Phil-Am Life Tower Club.
The seminar is the Manila leg of W+B Family Business Series. Soriano is the author of best-selling family business books “Ensuring The Family Business Legacy” and “Kite Runner Columns.” He is also an ASEAN Family Business Coach, National Agora Awardee for Excellence in Marketing Education, executive director of W+B Strategic Advisory Group, Business Turn-Around Advisor and former Marketing Cluster Chair of Ateneo Graduate School of Business.
Tidbits: Happy b-day greetings today, June 15, go to Rep. Eric Singson, Ray-An Fuentes, Tony Espejo, Jullie Yap Daza, Dr. Modesto Tatlonghari, Maribel Dario, Leonore Perez, Michelle Dayrit Soliven, Kai Palaganas, Carrie Bautista, Jarius Bondoc, and Honey Girl de Leon… June 16: Jodell Stasic, Keno, Cesar Canchela, Rizza TayagPili, Dr. Felipe Estrella Jr., Jesse Cruz, Nolie Pili, Romel Sanchez, Gerhard Acao, Jackie Maniquis, and Jodi Sta. Maria…
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